Services for Investors
In the world of investments, making informed decisions during the Due Diligence process is paramount. Financial, legal, market, and business model risks are usually strongly considered. However, there is another type of risk that needs to be assessed as well - Information Security.
That's where we come in. Our special Due Diligence assessment is specifically designed for Family Offices, Mergers and Acquisitions, Venture Capital, and Private Equity firms' needs. It provides a deeper understanding of the target company's security posture, helping you make more informed investment choices.
We implement a unique approach where we combine offensive and cyber intelligence crafts to conduct an assessment tailored to your Due Diligence level. Engagement depth can vary from a very soft check to an exceedingly active reconnaissance, depending on the need. During this type of assessment, we look not only at potential technical weaknesses, but also consider people and processes as employees' behavior, company culture, rapid growth, outsourcing, and other things may also represent risks. Moreover, we also consider what potential data security laws and regulations are or will be applicable to your target investment.
The core things that we consider during the engagement:
We look for technical weaknesses that are exposed externally to anybody on the Internet
Behavior & Culture
We observe for organization's risky behaviors and activities
Architecture & Processes
We evaluate infrastructure and operations for flaws
Laws & Regulations
We research what Laws, Regulation, and Requirements a company has to or will need to be compliant with
Possible Breaches & Compromises
We discover signs of breakthroughs and leaks
We detect intents to harm and influence
Graded Report to Answer Your Concerns
Company X, Technology
"Company X has excelled in the assessment, demonstrating a strong information security posture. The evaluation found no technical vulnerabilities, process flaws, breaches, or compromises. Effective risk avoidance and mitigation are leveraged to lower the application of relevant laws and limit appeal as a target..."